I definitely came here to see Lynx brought up.
One of my best friends' bands opened for Lynx in late 1999 at a tiny place in Kalamazoo, MI (Harvey's on the Mall, if anyone knows the area), and there were about three people at the show in addition to the opening bands. He struck up a conversation with the drummer about Slint, bought their 3 song EP, and discussed that they (Lynx) finally found the studio they were going to record their album at (which was Soma, owned by John McEntire of Tortoise/Bastro/The Sea & Cake/etc) and that Bob Weston was going to record it.
I think the album is so hard to come by because it came out on a really small arm of the old Southern group of labels, Box Factory. I don't think Box Factory Records put out more than 10 releases overall, leaving this album to get lost in the mix.
Both the album and the EP (which has different recordings of two songs that are also on the album, Prynx [then called Nighthush] and Mrs Lynx, and one exclusive to the EP) are some of my most listened to CDs of the last 20 years, easily.